The attacks began.
The enemy began making their move.
And we were ready for them this time.
Hill-303, artillery camp. 9:00
The sound of distant rifle shots opened up as the clash began. The enemy was storming the first trenches in mass. The sounds of fierce battle roars and horrifying last cries created an up roar of conflict. They were pushing hard, forcing the friendly forces to retreat. But it was all as planned as the enemy flooded in, the positioned guns were loaded and ready to rain fire.
“Target bearing grid 4-2-7-2, stand by for fire!” The artillery officer called.
He watched as the numbers of gun crews began adjusting the heavy guns to their designated coordinates. One of the gun grew loaders from each station raised a fist in the air when the gun was ready, only seconds later were all stations ready for orders.
“All guns fire!” The officer called before covering his ears.
The crew captains responded and the guns began to light off. Each howitzer re